Texas Bank and Trust celebrates the thirty-sixth anniversary of Student Board of Directors, recognizing outstanding high school seniors who have demonstrated academic excellence, leadership, and a commitment to community service. We are proud to introduce the following members of the 2013-2014 Student Board.
Carl Norwood is a senior at Longview High School where he is a member of the National Honor Society and an International Baccalaureate student. Carl is involved in the Lobo sports program as a member of the varsity tennis team. He is active in youth leadership at Mobberly Baptist Church. Carl is also a young entrepreneur, having started a small oil change business. He plans to attend the United States Naval Academy and study mechanical engineering. Upon graduation from the Academy, Carl plans to serve his country as an active duty pilot or Navy SEAL (Sea, Air, Land). Once his military commitment is complete he would like to start his own engineering firm. Carl is the son of Molly and Noel Norwood.
Kaylie Hartman, daughter of Mindy Hartman and Mark Hartman, is a senior at Pine Tree High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, Z-Club, and Peer Assistance and Leadership Students (PALS). Kaylie is a band captain with The Pride marching band and has earned recognition at state solo and ensemble competitions. She is an active member of Greggton United Methodist Church, serving on both the youth leadership team and the executive council, working in the church nursery, and has traveled on mission trips with the youth group. Kaylie plans to earn her degree in education at the University of Houston, with a career goal of teaching lower elementary, special needs children.
Mitchell Randall, a senior at Longview High School, is the son of Gayle and Jim Randall. He is a member of Future Farmers of America (FFA) where he has served in leadership capacities including historian, treasurer, stand-in officer, and is currently the FFA vice president. Mitchell is a gifted musician and plays in the school orchestra, the Longview Area Preparatory Strings, and the Longview Area Youth Symphony Orchestra. He serves as youth worship leader at Longview First Church of the Nazarene. Mitchell operates his own lawn care business. He plans to attend The University of Texas at Tyler and major in business, with a long-term career goal of practicing law as a corporate attorney.